"Maybe, if this collective Jewish presence" -- that is, the Jewish State in the Middle East -- "can only survive by the sword, then Israel really ain't a good idea." So said Daniel Levy, one of J Street's founders, at the 2011 J Street Conference. You can hear him, and the lack of any objection from even one of the 2000-strong audience, here, at 1:26:15 on the J Street Conference video, on J Street's own website.
Not a good idea?
And if the best Levy can do is suggest that Israel's anxiety - not it's security which will still require the IDF which should nopt be disbanded - will be resolved if another people gets its freedom, well, they had their chances at freedom and all they are interested in is Israel's extinction either through war, terror and violence or through new insecure borders, a 'right of return' and then more terror.
Maybe J Street "really ain't a good idea"?